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Another word for leach

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Verb
  1. To flow or leak out or emit something slowly

      1. To feel pain, grief, or sympathy; suffer
      2. To feel sympathetic grief or anguish:
      3. To cause (an illustration, for example) to bleed.
      1. To discharge or emit (a liquid or gas, for example) gradually.
      2. To pass out in drops through pores, an incision, etc.; ooze; discharge
      3. To diffuse or seem to radiate
      1. To give forth moisture, as through pores
      2. To flow or leak out slowly, as through very small holes; seep
      3. To seem to radiate
      1. To pass or ooze through a porous substance
      2. To become active or lively; start bubbling up, as coffee in a percolator
      3. To cause (liquid, for example) to pass through a porous substance or small holes; filter.
      1. To leak, drip, or flow out slowly through small openings or pores; ooze
      2. To pass slowly through small openings or pores; ooze:
      3. To enter, depart, or become diffused gradually:
      1. To come about; happen or occur.
      2. To give off vapor, moisture, etc., as through the pores of the skin
      3. To cause (vapor, moisture, etc.) to pass through tissue or other permeable substances, esp. through the pores of the skin or the surface of leaves, etc.
      1. To ooze or exude through pores or interstices, as blood serum through the vessel walls
      2. To pass through a pore, membrane or interstice.
      3. To pass through pores or interstices in the manner of perspiration.
      1. To form drops of moisture condensed from the air
      2. To manifest or give expression to a strong emotion, usually grief or sorrow, by crying, wailing, or, esp., shedding tears
      3. To emit or run with drops of liquid:
    See also:

    move

    solid

Another word for leach

Verb
      1. To change the form or size of, by applying external force
      2. (--- Physics) To cause distortion of (a body's parts or shape) by applying an external force; deform.
      3. To injure or weaken by force, pressure, etc.
      1. To cause liquid to go out from; empty:
      2. To become empty by the drawing off of liquid:
      3. To flow off or out:
      1. To clear (a container or space, for example) of something unclean or unwanted:
      2. To become clean, clear, or pure
      3. To have or effect a thorough bowel movement
      1. To drain or seep through a porous material or filter.
      2. To drain or ooze through (a porous substance); permeate
      3. To cause (liquid, for example) to pass through a porous substance or small holes; filter.
    See also:

    filter